To celebrate Computer Science Education Week (December 4-10), we’re bringing you a series of posts highlighting both the benefits of computer science education and fun ways for teachers of all backgrounds and skill levels to give their students computational thinking skills. Stay tuned for more like this throughout the week!

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Organized by code.org, Computer Science Education Week is running December 4-10, and we’re encouraging teachers and principals everywhere to find time this week for an Hour of Code.

An Hour of Code is a great way to get started, but to celebrate @CSEdWeek we wanted to compile a few more resources for those looking to dive a bit deeper into computer science.

Coding & Computer Science Resources for Schools

Coding tools and toys for kids

Data Shops

We’re sure we missed some great resources. Which would you add? Share in the comments section below.

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